When employers terminate an employee that suffered on-the-job injury Alabama has passed a variety of laws that may help you.
Did you suffer an on-the-job injury?
Did you report that on-the-job injury to your employer?
Did your employer start treating you differently after the you reported that on-the-job injury?
Did you file a claim for workers' compensation medical or wage benefits?
Did you employer terminate your employment shortly after that on-the-job injury OR after making a claim for workers' compensation benefits?
The Alabama Workers Compensation Act makes it illegal for employers to terminate employee’s in retaliation for reporting an on-the-job injury or otherwise filing a claim for workers’ compensation benefits.
Alabama is a State that is powered by the railroad industry. If you worked as a railroad employee and suffered an on-the-job injury, you may have a claim under the Federal Employer’s Liability Act.
If the answers to some or all of these questions is yes, fill out our online form and one of our attorneys’ will respond to your inquiry and personally discuss your case.